Fuzzy-attribute graph with application to Chinese character recognition

@article{Chan1992FuzzyattributeGW,
  title={Fuzzy-attribute graph with application to Chinese character recognition},
  author={K. P. Chan and Paul Y. S. Cheung},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics},
  year={1992},
  volume={22},
  pages={153-160}
}
In everyday life, many properties or concepts we encounter are fuzzy in nature. To include those fuzzy properties in solving some types of problems, we have extended the attributed graph to fuzzy-attribute graph (FAG). With such extension, equality of attributes can no longer be used when matching of FAG’S is considered, as equality of two fuzzy sets is too stringent a condition. In the paper, fuzzy-attribute graph is formally defined and a new measure for matching two FAG’S is suggested. The… CONTINUE READING

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